If there’s one thing we are very proud of, it’s our military that selflessly fights for our freedom. One local company in Temecula, California, has taken that pride and does something great for our wounded veterans, and this weekend, Warfighter Made will benefit from a show and fundraiser hosted by Azraels Motorcycle Club, a group that claims no bounds, and supports the same causes as Warfighter Made.
This Saturday, May 13, 2017, Azraels MC will be putting on its 5th annual fundraiser, with all proceeds going to Warfighter Made. The show will have plenty of cars and bikes, as well as a raffle, food, music, and lots of entertainment.
Warfighter Made is a non-profit that adapts and customizes wounded veteran vehicles so that those veterans can continue doing what they enjoy. They also host trips and events for wounded or injured veterans at various locations in the Southwest.
For those interested in attending the show, it will take place at Warfighter Made this Saturday, at 42225 Remmington Avenue, Suite A14 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The cost is $15 single/$25 couple. You’ll find plenty of classic cars and musclecars, as well as some cool bikes.
So come on out and help support our veterans, Warfighter Made, and Azraels Motorcycle Club and enjoy the afternoon. There’s a huge raffle, and if you’re a second amendment supporter, there’s one raffle that you won’t want to miss. For more information on the event, check out the Azraels MC website; for more information about Warfighter Made, visit their website and come on out to the show – we’ll be there with Project Track Attack on display.